Ferguson Declares Owls Interest
Former Peterborough United boss Darren Ferguson has declared his interest in talking with Owls chairman Lee Strafford about the vacant manager's position at Hillsborough.
Ferguson, son of Manchester United boss Alex, left his position at Posh boss earlier in the campaign.
But after spending some time away from the game, he's keen to return to management, and has told Sky Sports that he's interested in talking to Wednesday about the position.
'Since I left there has been some interest but I decided to have a bit of a break and spend some time with my wife,' he told Sky Sports.
'But I am having itchy feet now and I want to get back involved and I would be interested in talking to Sheffield Wednesday.'
Ferguson is thought to be one of a number of front-runners for the position, with former Owls defender Nigel Worthington also amongst the leading candidates for the job.
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